How to make a Cornish cream tea with a Royal Wedding twist

PUBLISHED: 15:54 18 May 2018

Picture supplied by Warrens Bakery, Kara Bell

Picture supplied by Warrens Bakery, Kara Bell

KARA BELL

Warrens Bakery has suggested the perfect way to celebrate the Royal Wedding with a traditional cream tea with an American twist

All eyes will be on Windsor tomorrow as tea parties across the country form to watch the day unfold. Why not celebrate the Royal Wedding with a quirky twist on the usual jam and clotted cream pairing, with a nod to the American royal bride-to-be?

Warrens Bakery, Cornwall’s oldest bakery, has suggested taking the well-loved American peanut butter and jelly sandwich and giving it an afternoon tea style makeover. Traditional plain or fruit scones would work perfectly as a base to the P&B pairing whilst Cornish clotted cream from Rodda’s, Boddington’s Berries strawberry jam whilst Freda’s Peanut Butter with Cornish Sea Salt compliments for a tasty topping.

Head Baker Jason Jobling, commented: “At Warrens Bakery we need no excuse to celebrate, with the Royal Wedding we jumped at the chance to produce this great British and American mashup with a Cornish twist. It might get a Marmite reaction; however, the bakery team has given it a try and it gets the thumbs up from us.”

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